In a little over two years, Brock Berglund has spent time on three college campuses. Wednesday, Berglund set himself up to hit the rare and ever-elusive “quad-fecta.”
North Texas head coach Dan McCarney confirmed that Berglund has indeed left the Mean Green team. McCarney told the Denton Chronicle that the player will likely transfer to Northern Colorado.
As that’s an FCS school, Berglund will be eligible to play immediately in 2014.
“We wish him well,” McCarney said. “We are glad he was a part of the program and hope that he can reach his goals at his next destination.”
The decision to move on from Denton is the latest development in what’s been a rocky collegiate career.
Berglund signed with Kansas in 2011 as a highly-touted high schooler out of Colorado but was not a part of the team due to a legal issue in his home state. While the charge was dismissed in January of 2012, so was the player the same month after he missed a team meeting.
After spending time at a community college that spring — he reportedly left due to a crowded quarterback situation — Berglund enrolled at UNT in September of 2012. Berglund did not attempt a pass with the Mean Green and was buried behind a handful of players at his position.
A three-star member of Turner Gill‘s last KU recruiting class, Berglund was rated as the No. 15 dual-threat QB in the country by Rivals.com.